About Employee Engagement
Training is generally categorized into four basic groupings -
“The most valuable assets of a 20th-century company were its production equipment. The most valuable asset of a 21st-century institution, whether business or nonbusiness, will be its knowledge workers and their productivity.” Peter Drucker - Management Challenges for the 21st Century - 1999
Employee training and development is a necessity to maintain a competitive edge in this knowledge economy. Change often drives the need for training and development, just as training and development results in organizational or individual change. Companies, small and large, that enable employees to reach their full potential through training and development will reap the rewards through -
COHR Consulting uses experiential techniques such as role-play, interactive games, and video clips to engage their audience and provide a more rounded approach to learning. Participants are given the opportunity to immediately apply their knowledge in situational simulations, build internal networks to share best practices and reinforce learned techniques, and develop a sense of belonging to build a more engaged workforce.
Even ethics and harassment prevention trainings, when given a positive spin like COHR Consulting has done, are actually opportunities to develop a more engaged workforce. Active participation through experiential learning gives you the benefit of developing your employees and, at the same time, minimizing potential risk. The average discrimination case, if only to defend it, costs employers between $25,000 and $75,000. If a verdict is awarded in favor of the employee, the average cost increases to over $200,000, and some settlements reach upwards of $1 million. While it is impossible to totally eliminate risk to employers, proper training, policies and procedures, and employee development practices can significantly reduce this risk. Through proper training, policies and development practices, it is estimated that businesses can expect to see a minimum 20% ROI.
Sexual Harassment Prevention
First Time Supervisor
Harassment Prevention Policies and Procedures
Human Resources Management & Development
Mergers, Acquisitions and Other Restructuring